The S500 control surface takes a modular approach, allowing you to create a completely scalable control system.
Designed for flypack and OB audio applications, the S500m console delivers maximum control in a light weight and reduced form factor, whilst offering the same flagship performance and surface configurability as the S500.
The S500m can be specified as 32 and 48 fader versions with turnkey flight case solutions, or as a larger custom specification surface with up to 96 faders.
The complexities involved in today's major sports and entertainment events mean OB production still requires broadcast consoles with high specification. The S500m provides all the flagship features of the System T S500 console, but is specifically designed to be over 25% lighter to suit OB and flypack applications where weight and portability are key concerns. This allows a complete production system to be easily transported in a purpose built rack case, providing a console stand, meter bridge shipping storage and two 8RU space for Tempest engines and Network I/O.
Robust and optimised for transportation, the S500m's unique modular functionality also lets a console be deployed with or without an extended meter bridge. Meter bridge video can be displayed on console mounted screens or external multi-viewer
S500m offers the same configurability as the S500 control surface, offering a range of touchscreen and hardware tiles that can be combined within a range of console frames to create a completely scaleable control system, built around your operator and production requirements.
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